exceptions

Alexander Schmolck a.schmolck at gmx.net
Thu Jun 3 13:37:37 CEST 2004


hungjunglu at yahoo.com (Hung Jung Lu) writes:

> Alexander Schmolck <a.schmolck at gmx.net> wrote:
>> [1] Here are a few of the hacks I'm using, in case anyone might 
>>     find them useful -- or even better tell me about better 
>>     alternatives (If someone has cooked something reasoable 
>>     for reloading modules, I'd love to hear about it).
>
> I have already answered to you on one previous occasion, 

Sorry, maybe I missed it (at the time I had no access to a reliable
newsserver, so many articles didn't show up).

> and told you another time in this present thread. 

Yep, I've guessed correctly that your mention of weakrefs alluded to a
technique along those lines -- I haven't finished my reply to your article yet
as I sunk quite a bit of time on debugging IPython yesterday.

> I've used this kind of trick in wxPython. It's good for interactively
> developing widgets, without re-starting your program.
>
> Now here is a third try. :)

Thanks for your trying again, I've only had time for a glance but this looks
quite neat -- I notice that it has evolved a bit since your original posting
:)

So far I have shied away from a metaclass based solution, as I got by with the
simple hack I posted and this hack doesn't require modifications to source
code. Another reason was that metaclasses don't combine well, but since I
haven't ended up using metaclasses much so far that might not be a problem. So
thanks for posting this, it looks quite useful.

'as



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